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I thought, instead of a boring FAQ like I used to have here, I’d tell you more about the reviewers. And then maybe follow it up with some FAQ at the end…who knows what might happen with this About page?… Continue Reading →

Does Your Dog Belong Out There?

One thing about outdoors people, we really love our dogs. Speaking for myself, I doubt I’d have gotten out as much over the years had I not had a four-legged partner to care for and take on adventures. Having a… Continue Reading →

Fjällräven Raven 20

The Fjällräven Raven 20 ($80) backpack is a durable, weather-resistant backpack that is stable on the back in cycling positions. Simplistic in design (very Swedish!), it has a comfortable backpanel and set of shoulder straps as well as excellent organizational… Continue Reading →

The 11 best Christmas gifts for cyclists

We all know that Christmas is a big commercial racket run by a big Eastern syndicate. But when it comes to Christmas gift suggestions, at least we can look to the centuries-old approved adage of: To your enemy, forgiveness. To… Continue Reading →

LOWA Maine GTX Qc

Leave it to LOWA to put their own spin on this season’s popular sneaker trend and completely raise the bar. I’m talking about the LOWA Maine GTX Qc ($210). What I like Size is accurate. I wear a size 7.5… Continue Reading →

Green Guru High Roller 36L Backpack pannier

The Green Guru High Roller 36L Backpack pannier ($130) is a durable, waterproof pannier that is made in the U.S. of recycled bicycle inner tubes. It has a fast and simple rack mounting system that securely attaches the pannier to… Continue Reading →

ProEditors Video Editing Service

Proof requires a video! Which is what ProEditors, a video editing service that takes the raw footage from your phone, camera or GoPro and edits it into something that doesn’t put your viewers to sleep, is all about. They offer… Continue Reading →

Gear Gals Gift Guide for the Christmas Stocking

November is the month that sparks the wave of blatant commercialism and marketing designed to get us to buy, buy, buy and buy some more. But if you’re going to buy, buy, buy, buy with intent, purpose and quality products. Here… Continue Reading →

Patagonia Nano-Air Light hoody & Nano-Air Light pants

With so much focus these days on responsibly-sourced down, it’s easy to overlook synthetic-fill garments that keep you warm for considerably less money. Like the Patagonia Nano-Air Light hoody ($299) and the Patagonia Nano-Air Light pants ($149). What I liked… Continue Reading →

Timbuk2 Lux pannier

The  Timbuk2 Lux pannier ($169) is a twenty-two liter roll-top cycling pannier with excellent organizational features. Every bike commuter has her own reason for getting to work under her own steam, but we all share one common denominator: We need… Continue Reading →

Pearl Izumi X-Project Cycling Shoes

I have no idea why this product photo is coming across so huge. I’m just going to pretend I mean for it to be that way so that you can see this shoe in excruciating detail. Full disclosure, I take… Continue Reading →

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